Good vibes and cheap huts
The centrally located Andaman Nature has been around for a long time and remains one of the better options for a really cheap room.
Bungalows stretch back in rows behind a large restaurant where you can choose from a wide range of food and often sit back to watch a movie. The rooms appear to have been added at different times over the resort’s history, evidenced by a range of different materials that include tin for the roofs, logs, woven bamboo and wood boards that reveal a faded grain or have been painted white. Interiors are very rustic, with a few windows, firm beds on steel frames, mosquito nets and simple bathrooms. Rates haven’t gone up for years. We’ve found several of the staff members to be friendly, some downright chatty. The decent rooms at low rates mean that they’re often full in high season. Solo travellers get 100 baht off.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 23rd April, 2015.
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